The book that changed my life,
For years I have searched for what was my true form of communication was I have played in digital video, writing, and never really good at just talking. After being just 10% through the book I was on Amazon buying my first digital cameraCanon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS 12.1 MP Digital Camera (Black) within a few days I was out capturing the world as I see it.
This book is about finding the artist inside yourself, it is about finding what really matters in your life. Cherish creativity, family, inspiration, and our ability to touch each others lives and enrich with words, and images.
If you are an artist, poet, or just a human stepping up to the starting line of your chance at this human race this book is for you. Grab the book and grab your camera share the love you see through your eyes. Make a memory and find the beauty in everything.
Kipp Poe (Founder of Pulp Life)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Lorenzo Domínguez is a best-selling author, writer and an award-winning street photographer. He has written numerous books, interviews and articles about fine art and photography.
Throughout 2010, 2011 and 2012, his book, 25 Lessons I’ve Learned about
Most recently, Lorenzo edited and published a new edition of Jacob Riis's How The Other Half Lives, which is widely considered one of the most important works in American history and is a staple in college courses about photojournalism, poverty, social reform and literature.
In October of 2010, Lorenzo served as the NYC photography adviser for the recently launched Microsoft foursquare photography app. In 2008, he was chosen to be the HP Be Brilliant Featured Artist. He has been called an "Internet photography sensation" by Time Out New York and is considered a "Flickr star" by Rob Walker, Consumed columnist, for New York Times Magazine. His work is represented worldwide by Getty Images.
Lorenzo has a Masters of International Public Law, Human Rights & Humanitarian Studies from the School of International & Public Affairs at Columbia University. He also completed studies for the Masters in Political Science program at San Jose State University and earned his BA in International Arts and Cultural Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles.